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John Dewey postage stampJohn Dewey was an American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer whose ideas have been influential in education and social reform. The John Dewey Lectures, generously endowed by the John Dewey Foundation, are presented annually at each APA divisional meeting. Each John Dewey Lecture is given by a prominent and senior (typically retired) philosopher associated with that division who is invited to reflect, broadly and in an autobiographical spirit, on philosophy in America.

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2017

  • William Lycan (Eastern 2017)
  • Margaret Atherton: My History: Becoming an Historian of Philosophy (Central 2017)
  • Alison Wylie: Philosophy from the Ground Up (Pacific 2017)

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